March 02, 2017
March 03, 2017
Jean Hindriks and Pierre Pestieau together with a group of academics in Osaka University (Japan) have decided to renew the annual meeting in public finance between Japan and Belgium. The workshop will be held on March 2-3, 2017 at CORE, in Louvain-la-Neuve.
Attendance is free, but registration is mandatory. To register, simply fill in the online form by February 24.
The purpose is twofold:
- Build a bridge between economists at UCLouvain and Osaka University to exchange academics and doctoral students;
- Promote collaboration between Belgian and Japanese economists, notably in the area of public economics in which CORE has a long standing reputation.
- Helmuth Cremer (Toulouse School of Economics) "Household Bargaining, Spouses' Consumption: Patterns and the Design of Commodity Taxes" (joint with Jean-Marie Lozachmeur and Kerstin Roeder)
- Daiji Kawaguchi (University of Tokyo) "Gender gaps in skill and its utilization: An international perspective" (joint with Takahiro Toriyabe)
- Hubert Kempf (Ecole Normale Supérieure Paris Saclay & CREST) "Fiscal Federalism or Fiscal Cooperation in a Monetary Union: What is Preferable?"
- Yukihiro Nishimura (Osaka University) "The Direction of Strategic Delegation and Voter Welfare in Asymmetric Tax Competition Models" (joint with Kimiko Terai)
- Tetsuo Ono (Osaka University) "Inequality and education choice" (joint with Yuki Uchida)
- Hikaru Ogawa (University of Tokyo) "Ad Valorem Capital Tax Competition" (joint with Atsushi Yamagishi)
- Gregory Ponthiere (Paris School of Economics) "The Tragedy of the Commons and Socialization: Theory and Policy" (joint with Emeline Bezin)
- Frédéric Robert-Nicoud (HEC Lausanne) "The Optimal Distribution of Population Across Cities" (joint with David Albouy, Kristian Behrens, and Nathan Seegert)
- Motohiro Sato (Hitotsubashi University) "Cash-Flow Business Taxation Revisited: Bankruptcy, Risk Aversion and Asymmetric Information" (joint with Robin Boadway and Jean-Francois Tremblay)
- Fred Schroyen (Norwegian School of Economics) "The Dynamics of Tax Amnesty Applications in Norway" (joint with Jonas Andersson and Gaute Torsvik)
- Kazuhiro Yamamoto (Osaka University) "Subsidy Competition, Imperfect Labor Markets, and the Endogenous Entry of Firm" (joint with Tadashi Morita and Yukiko Sawada)
Jean Hindriks (CORE, Université catholique de Louvain), Yukihiro Nishimura (Osaka University) and Pierre Pestieau (CORE, Université de Liège).